The creative arts has always been thought to be one process computers will never be able to replicate. Recently it seems as if we’re at the dawn of a new era. With AI for photo and video editing, writing copy, and even music creation. The available tools seem to almost level the playing field for “non-creatives” to develop “art” for their needs without us. Of course, the implications span far wider than creatives but what are your thoughts about our future and the impact AI will have on our world as we know it? Please Share your thoughts by Emailing me: [email protected] More to follow. Robert Hazelrigg Graphic Designer/Web Designer The Graphics Guy 126 Whalepond Rd.West Long Branch, NJ 07764732-513-6807
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Every great artist has an arsenal of tools they use for creating amazing designs. Having been in the graphic design field for more than 30 years now, I have in-depth knowledge of what elements will help make a good design better. Fonts are a huge part of building your company’s unique identity. When you use fonts like Time or Helvetica in your graphics layouts they many look nice or familiar but as far as design goes they are a bit vanilla. If you’re just starting out as a graphic artist or can’t afford to hire a graphic designer I’ve picked out a handful of FREE fonts that could really make your marketing stand out. Below are 16 fonts that can be found online for free:
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